but are preceded and succeeded by different degrees of tortuousness
The "complicated" and "irregular" manner of the building's construction, to say nothing of its intricacy and tortuousness
, is intended to bewilder and deceive those moving within its confines so as to disorientate them, leaving them powerless, uncertain, frustrated, even terrified by movement or stasis.
48) He does acknowledge that "many revisionist historians accept the traditional view" of the period's Soviet origins, which again betrays the tortuousness
and fragility of these categories.
However, CTA and MRA of the coronary arteries are technically difficult due to movement, small diameter (3 - 4 mm) and tortuousness
of the arteries.
They have, therefore, not only assumed a tactically weak position but they have endangered the whole negotiating process, already notable for its tortuousness
of the RCA and large artery diameter allowed easy performance of the procedure.